'The Future of Energy' - BBJ CEO Breakfast Briefing

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The theme of the roundtable at the second CEO Breakfast Briefing organized by the German-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce (DUIHK) and Industry and the Budapest Business Journal was "The Future of Energy". Guests included State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy Attila Steiner, Linde Gáz Magyarország managing director Ákos Hegedűs, DUIHK president András Sávos, and MOL Group head of group strategy Viktor Sverla.

 

The discussion covers key questions about the current energy turmoil.

How do we source it? How will we pay for it? How green will it be? With electricity prices having risen multiple times this year, how soon before we see companies going out of business or relocating? How will we meet climate goals and keep homes and offices warm and well-lit and factories functioning? Given the possibility of Russian gas shortages, could/should coal make a comeback? How quickly can hydrogen come online, and when it does, will it be grey, blue, or green?

 

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